You put your right foot in, you take your right foot out …
Wednesday, as expected, they activated outfielder Chris Heisey from, and optioned left-hander Adam Liberatore back to, triple-A Oklahoma City. This could well prove a season-long shuffle.
The Dodgers wanted the right-handed-hitting Hesiey up to start Wednesday against left-hander
Since Heisey was in the Dodgers' clubhouse Tuesday, this came as a shock to absolutely no one. It would be a shock if he stays around for more than one day, however.
Thursday the Dodgers need to bring up a starting pitcher to face the Giants. Mike Bolsinger is expected to get the call, and given the way things unfolded Tuesday, don't be surprised if he's already in the clubhouse Wednesday.
Bolsinger would be taking the rotation turn vacated by Hyun-Jin Ryu, on the disabled list with a sore shoulder. Unless he blows up, Bolsinger will probably stick for a while. The next off-day is not until April 30 and the rotation's spot would come up again next week at home again against the Giants.